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Originally posted 08/22/2013 01:30PM
Even if you can't serve the ball with the best of them at the 2013 U.S. Open, you, too, can score with these tasty treats right at home.
In the spirit of the final Grand Slam event of the year, which kicks off Monday, celebrity chef David Burke and pastry guru Zac Young are whipping up tennis-themed white chocolate treats, complete with tequila and key lime juice. Guests at Thursday's 14th annual BNP Paribas Taste of Tennis in N.Y.C. will get a chance to sample the Williams sisters-worthy confections as well as a variety of dishes created by tennis stars and celeb chefs alike. (Veteran chef Marcus Samuelsson is co-hosting the event with – who else? – tennis pro Serena Williams.)
You game? We adapted the recipe into a cake pop dessert that's sure to get your fans cheering:
Originally posted 08/09/2013 01:00PM
Breaking Bad may be almost over, but the celebrations are just beginning.
With the final season premiering Aug. 11 on AMC, Albuquerque, N.M., is churning out methamphetamine inspired doughnuts and Pez dispensers modeled to look like the cast. But in Chicago, they're sending the Emmy award-winning series off with a drink.
Mac and Joe Boumaroun of River North hamburger joint 25 Degrees have created two Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) inspired cocktails.
Show off your chemistry skills behind the bar with these easy recipes – no cooking necessary.
Originally posted 08/09/2013 12:20PM
The Real Housewife and owner of L.A. restaurant SUR shares a seasonal dessert that is 'simple to make.'
Originally posted 07/16/2013 01:30PM
Just because you're not at the All-Star game at Queens's Citi Field doesn't mean you have to miss out on all the delicious stadium food.
Pat LaFrieda Jr., the meat purveyor for some of New York City's hotspots like Shake Shack and the Spotted Pig and Gordon Ramsay's restaurants in Las Vegas and Los Angeles, created Citi Field's signature sandwich – a juicy filet mignon steak sandwich.
Try it in your kitchen and you'll see why it's such a home run.
Originally posted 07/05/2013 05:00PM
Still in the mood to celebrate a holiday even though the Fourth of July has come and gone? Well you're in luck because Saturday, July 6, is national fried chicken day.
Try this delectable take on the classic dish from Brooklyn, N.Y.'s popular Sweet Chick restaurant, (and for a true Southern twist, add your favorite waffles).
Originally posted 07/03/2013 05:00PM
Still not sure what you're going to serve at your Fourth of July gathering?
Top Chef alum Sam Talbot – who teamed up with Thorny Rose Wines – is whipping up a savory shrimp dish that goes just fine with fireworks and good company.
And if you're also not sure how you're going to wash it all down, break out your white wine, and follow this sangria recipe.
Originally posted 07/03/2013 07:15AM
If you plan on partying like it's 1776 today, you'll need to serve up a meal worthy of the Founding Fathers.
Celebrity chef Michael Symon is breaking down everything you need for your Fourth of July barbecue.
On the Food Network regular and Knob Creek bourbon spokesman's menu? Grilled chicken thighs cooked to a smokey, spicy perfection, southern greens and – you guessed it – apple pie. (Is there anything more American?)
Originally posted 07/03/2013 11:00AM
True or false: You'll be spending the Fourth of July holiday by the pool.
Originally posted 06/19/2013 10:00AM
Last time we checked, you don't need an excuse to sit down for a three-martini lunch. (We asked Don Draper just to be sure, and he confirmed this was a fact.)
Still, here's one more reason to order something stronger: Happy National Martini Day!
Although the origin of the Mad Men-approved, traditionally gin-based beverage is a little shaky – much like how James Bond prefers his prepared – the first printed recipe for a martini is thought to have appeared in an 1880s bartending manuel. (Sure, we'll drink to that!)
Here's a modern spin on the classic, whether you're celebrating Wednesday's holiday ... or sipping the night away.
Originally posted 06/17/2013 05:45PM
Ever have one of those weekends where you feel like you just ate too much?
Welcome to the Aspen Food & Wine Classic, where that happens – in the absolute best way.
At the weekend-long event, star chefs like Ming Tsai rolled sushi, Duff Goldman baked a lava cake bursting with Godiva chocolate, and new Top Chef champ Kristen Kish divulged that she eats chicken fingers and fries almost three times a week!
Check out some of the fun at the Aspen Food & Wine Classic – including a cameo by actress Allison Janney and a dance party featuring chef Marcus Samuelsson.
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